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Posted on 02. Dec, 2009 by Uchebuaku Abanobi.
Busted fences, cracked pathways, blown out lights- this is the scene at Frank M. Charles Memorial Park, a national park located by Jamaica Bay in Howard Beach. Charles Park, which also includes the adjacent West Hamilton Beach Park, is a national preserve. It lies within the Gateway National Recreational Area and is owned by the [...]
Posted on 02. Dec, 2009 by Mojeed Musikilu.
The event was organized by the management of International House, a residential facility which houses 700 graduate students in New York, to celebrate the rich cultural heritage of the West African sub-region. And for the about two hours that the show lasted on Friday, Nov. 22, there was no dull moment. Residents, who had engaged [...]
Posted on 30. Nov, 2009 by Uchebuaku Abanobi.
Adam McKinley is a young missionary from Eagle’s Wings Missionary, located in western upstate New York. Him and his team traveled to The People’s Church Assembly of God in South Ozone Park, Queens on November 20, 2009. He came to help spread the music of God to the congregation, as well as to give personal [...]
Posted on 27. Nov, 2009 by Diana Cabral.
The Coney Island boardwalk awakens anew at night. It is a different place from day to evening. The sunshine is for day-trippers seeking the rollercoaster thrills and families making a weekend outing special. At night, there is an inspired community that emerges. On a recent Sunday, I saw a lot of activity and a creative [...]
Posted on 24. Nov, 2009 by Vineeth Thomas.
Tons of Yankee fans thronged Bowling Green to catch the start of the Victory Parade. As the bands marched and drummed, people pushed forward and backward trying to squeeze into the best viewpoints. Every inch of walking space filled up as the morning wore on and ticker-tape filled the air. Kids grew impatient and parents [...]
Posted on 22. Nov, 2009 by Uchebuaku Abanobi.
Posted on 20. Nov, 2009 by Jonathan Balthaser.
Opalia Flowers When Phoebe Crary looked around Boerum Hill four years ago, she noticed that the neighborhood needed a flower shop. Tapping into her creative juices and knowledge from studying at the Flower School NY, Crary launched Opalia Flowers on Atlantic Ave. The store offers fresh cut flowers by the stem or in arrangements, and [...]
Posted on 20. Nov, 2009 by Diana Cabral.
Coney Island has a treasure trove of characters. I met one such person on a reporting trip. It was a late summer day with the sunlight glistening off the boardwalk. He was standing outside of the Seaside by the Seashore Sideshow Freak Bar. With yellow tinged sunglasses, in a shirtless black leather vest and worn [...]
Posted on 20. Nov, 2009 by Vivian Doskow.
Lesson of the week – NEVER FORGET EARPLUGS WHILE ON ASSIGNMENT. You never know when you’ll be clinging onto the speakers in an effort to protect your equipment from a surprisingly violent mosh pit. Vivian Girls from Vivian Doskow on Vimeo. Who would think a band called Vivian Girls would draw such a mosh pit [...]